Thursday Apr 30, 2009

What every Unix/Linux administrator needs to know about MySQL: Sun Solaris Campus Event

Second Life Presentation on Sun Solaris Campus 

This virtual world presentation will be delivered at the Sun Microsystems Islands on the Solaris Campus.  Here I'm chilling at the Solaris Campus on one of the Sun virtual islands.

Second Life Presentation on Sun Solaris Campus

The MySQL open source database continues to increase in popularity with usage estimated at 12 million database servers worldwide. This presentation will help Unix/Linux and storage management administrators  understand the reasons for the growing popularity of MySQL.  Topics will include:

  • Positioning MySQL in the database market.
  • How is MySQL different than
  • Understanding the MySQL architecture.
  • Strengths and weaknesses of MySQL.
  • Key features of MySQL.
  • Understanding the storage engine story in MySQL.
  • MySQL strategic directions.

The focus of this presentation is on  helping attendees understand the philosophy, features, benefits and popularity of MySQL.


Demystifying MySQL for Solaris Administrators: Sun Solaris Campus Event

Second Life Presentation on Sun Solaris Campus  May 5, 2009  9:00 am PDT

This virtual world presentation will be delivered at the Sun Microsystems Islands on the Solaris Campus.   Information on the SL Solaris campus can be found at  http://blogs.sun.com/solariscampus.  The SLURL is:

  •  http://slurl.com/secondlife/Sun%20Microsystems%201/32/231/22

Here I'm visiting the Solaris Certification Center.

Demystifying MySQL for Solaris Administrators

George Trujillo (Ty Valdez) and Steve Jones will be presenting a Demystifying MySQL for Solaris Administrators the week of  May 4, 2009 in Second Life.  This presentation is a very detailed technical presentation designed for experienced Unix/Linux administrators to understand installation, configuration and management of MySQL on Solaris platforms.  MySQL best practices along with Solaris features that can leverage database management such as ZFS will be included.  Topics will include:

  • Strategies for laying out database servers on Solaris (Unix/Linux) platforms.
  • Understanding the MySQL architecture.
  • Installing MySQL using MOCA (GOCA) for best practices.
  • Starting and stopping the MySQL database server.
  • Top ten things to configure after creating a MySQL database server.
  • Using MySQL with ZFS.
  • Managing MySQL on a Solaris platform.



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